Brush Creek Ranch
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These New Spas are the Best of the Best
Folks usually head to Wyoming ranches to get their hands dirty. But at Magee Homestead, the new resort-within-a-resort at Brush Creek Ranch, it’s all about clean living. The nine-cabin retreat offers a healthful antidote to cowboy life, bringing Vermont’s Tata Harper and New York’s Naturopathica to Big Sky Country.
Though grotto soaking pools and Pilates classes might seem incompatible with this rugged region, a closer look at the spa’s therapies (using local ingredients like wildflowers and mud) and the restaurant’s menu (Akaushi-beef burgers and fresh-caught trout) reveals something for even the most rough-hewn rancher. Die-hards can still get their hands dirty on the 15,000-acre Brush Creek property, and after a long day of riding, angling, hiking, and shooting, they might even succumb to an aromatherapy massage or mud wrap ($875–$1,500 per person).